posted on September 27th, 2016

Treating job seekers well is important to you and your company’s brand, reputation, and hiring success—and it’s just the right thing to do.  How you treat candidates can affect how candidates and their networks use or avoid using your services in the future. We know candidates gather information about the company they are interested in before applying for a job and they use sites like Glassdoor and Vault to hear what others have to say.

posted on September 23rd, 2016
Boston, Massachusetts (September 23, 2016) — WinterWyman Search and Executive Search were named today by the Boston Business Journal as one of the “Largest Executive Search Firms in Massachusetts.”
posted on September 20th, 2016

As a current recruiter and a former contractor, I have a unique perspective on the candidate/recruiter relationship and what it takes to build a partnership. And, that’s exactly what it is, a partnership. Looking back on my contracting career, I can see some of the mistakes I made and how having a different approach with my recruiter would have made a big difference.

posted on September 2nd, 2016

Managers are under pressure during any interview. But their task is even more difficult when the conversation takes place on video—whether it’s through Skype, Google Hangouts, FaceTime, or some other tool. 

When setting up video sessions, you have to be ready to direct the conversation, and you must consider things like where you’re sitting, your body language, and using a technology that is often simple to use, but can get cranky or crash just like any other.